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  • Various - Everybody Makes A Mistake: Stax Southern Soul Vol 2 (CD)

    18,00

    Stax Records in Memphis was one of the centres of southern soul, yet due to it’s many hits and big city location, this often gets forgotten. We redressed that balance with the release of ”Nobody Wins: Stax Southern Soul” but there was so much more to play that we’re back with 20 more tracks that capture the deep emotion and soulful feel of the Memphis behemoth. First up we have found a bunch of previously unreleased tracks. There are two by Eddie Floyd, including his own version of ’Everybody Makes A Mistake’, first released by Otis Redding on ”The Soul Album”; and there’s a stormer called ’Standing In The Safety Zone’ by the Soul Children. We also have alternate takes of originally unreleased tracks by Ollie & the Nightingales and William Bell and have gathered up rare tracks that appeared as bonus tracks on CDs by Jimmy Hughes, Mavis Staples, Shirley Brown, the Newcomers, David Porter, Chuck Brooks and Veda Brown. Of those that saw release at the time, we have obscure B-sides by Eddie Giles, Israel Tolbert and Lee Sain. Singles from Randy Brown, Frederick Knight and the Nightingales are as good as anything the label released, and Isaac Hayes is present with his take on the Banks & Hampton single ’I’m Gonna Have To Tell Her’, one of the great southern soul songs. Packaged with in-depth sleeve notes and extensive illustrations.

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  • Various - Brunswick Northern Soul (LP)

    29,00

    From the mod 60s the legendary Brunswick label had the cream of Chicago soul, with the hits by Jackie Wilson and The Chi Lites to go with it. But beyond that, in the cracks and crevices they has some of the greatest and most influential rare soul, and this compilation brings you the best of that. Pressed on 140g black vinyl with new artwork and printed inner sleeve. So we have the classics which defined the genre by the likes of the Adam’s Apples with their Don’t Take It Out On This World, Marvin Smith with the Have More Time, Leroy Taylor with Oh Linda and of course Jackie Wilson’s opener The Who Who Song. We have more recent discoveries such as Tony Drake’s spectacular Suddenly, The Sweetest Thing by Channel 3 Billy Butler’s pounding George Clinton written ’I’ll Bet You’, and Jackie again with the swaying Because Of You. In between we have rare and collectible records by The Artistics, Gene Chandler, Jackie Ross and more. Together original copies of the records contained on this LP would cost you thousands, all gathered here for the price of a round of drinks.

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  • Redding Otis - Pain In My Heart (Käytetty LP/12)

    40,00

    Orig USA. Original innersleeve.

    Small writing on back cover. RARE Album!

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  • Turner Ike & Tina - Come Together / ’Nuff Said (CD)

    18,00

    Two early 1970s albums from Ike and Tina. Whilst their live shows packed them in, the duo found it hard to rekindle the recorded success of ’River Deep, Mountain High’. However, these two albums paved the way for ’Nutbush City Limits’ in 1973 with ’Proud Mary’ being a US Top 5 single. Digitally remastered and slipcase. With extensive new notes

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  • Sly & the Viscaynes - Yellow Moon: Complete Recordings 1961-1962 (CD)

    20,00

    The amazing, unpredictable, one and only Sly Stone has never made a secret of his innocuous beginnings as a teenaged hopeful in Vallejo, California in the early 1960s. His earliest experiences as a musician and performer on the path to future glories would act as a signal lesson for the youthful Sylvester Stewart in the realities of the music business. A trio of singles with his interracial high school vocal group the Viscaynes, followed by two more releases as a solo, recorded in Los Angeles with producer George Motola, comprise the fascinating apprenticeship Sly needed to undergo on the road to fame. For decades, Sly’s juvenilia has been treated with cynical disdain by a parade of disingenuous collections, most with low-fidelity sound, artificially extended versions, and tracks by unrelated artists. Even recent releases have continued to use the wrong versions of tracks first heard on these exploitative 70s-era compilations. ”Yellow Moon: The Complete Recordings 1961-1962” rectifies this injustice by offering up Sly and the Viscaynes’ entire output from the correct master sources. The earliest tracks are drawn from recently discovered tapes and include the extremely rare B-side ’Real, True Love’, the first disc on which Sly sang lead. There are also several unissued demo tracks produced by teen idol and Viscaynes mentor Gary Stites, as well as the sought-after Jasper Woods 45, featuring an incognito Richard Berry with the Viscaynes on vocal support. The package comes with an extensive liner note by compiler Alec Palao, with much heretofore unpublished information and fresh interview material from the group and associates, as well as commentary from Sly himself. ”Yellow Moon: The Complete Recordings 1961-1962” is truly the last word on Sly Stone’s very first phase.

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  • Various - Birth Of Soul: Los Angeles Special (CD)

    18,00

    Ace has very strong links with Los Angeles labels – from our original licensors Modern to ’50s labels such as Combo, Flash and Flip and ’60s soul imprints Mirwood and Money were also acquired; as were Dore and Era, who had notable soul singles in their broad canons. The latter two labels provide a variety of tracks on this early 60s compilation and the recent licensing of George Semper’s music provides the Mandarins’ big city soul collectors’ item ’That Other Guy’, as well as a previously unissued vocal group version of his popular song ’You Better Watch Out Girl’ by the Imperialites. Gary Paxton’s large and mixed stash of tapes included a goldmine of black music gems from soul’s first stirrings. Another brilliant white songwriter-producer who loved black music was George Motola and his recordings of the Vows, Chesterfields and Sylvester Stewart are highlights. H.B. Barnum has always been a major player in the city, his Little Star label was prolific in this period and we have included a duet of his two biggest solo stars Dorothy Berry & Jimmy Norman. Other great LA names such as Arthur Wright, Bobby Day, Hal Davis and Ed Cobb are also involved. Kent Harris’ in-demand Phillips Sisters 45 ’Let Me Be Your Little Dog’ features as does another R&B gem – Hank Graham’s first production ’Sneaking And Cheating’ by Esko Wallace. The world-renowned Spector sound is represented by the great Darlene Love, whose Jack Nitzsche-arranged and produced demo is up there with her best released work from the Gold Star studios. Future Motown star Brenda Holloway’s duet with Robert Jackson as the Soul-Mates shows her nascent talent and young Sylvester ”Sly” Stewart had a glittering career ahead of him. Tina Turner did OK too; her performance with Ike on ’Lose My Cool’ is superb and still under-the-radar. There are five previously unissued numbers including a Sam Cooke-style ballad from Billy Watkins cut at Modern, and Don Wyatt’s captivating beat ballad ’But What About My Broken Heart’. We could have done a box set of the great music that came out of Los Angeles during the early 60s and these are just two dozen fascinating examples of how that city’s soul sound came about.

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  • Various - La Noire Vol.10 ”Groove City” (LP)

    20,00

    Upea uusi osa La Noire sarjaa. 14 SOUL Movers!! So Cool gatefold cover.

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  • Cropper Steve - Fire It Up (LP)

    27,00

    Ilmestyy 23.4.2021

    Steve Cropper was one of Stax Records main producers, songwriters and guitarist their house band Booker T. & the M.G.’s. Cropper was also a member of the Blues Brothers band
    Rolling Stone magazine ranked him in the top 40 of its 100 all-time greatest guitarists
    Steve Cropper has collaborated with some of the biggest names in music, including Otis Redding, Rod Stewart, Ringo Starr, Dolly Parton, John Lennon, Jimmy Buffett, and many more

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  • Cropper Steve - Fire It Up (CD)

    17,00

    Ilmestyy 23.4.2021

    Steve Cropper was one of Stax Records main producers, songwriters and guitarist their house band Booker T. & the M.G.’s. Cropper was also a member of the Blues Brothers band
    Rolling Stone magazine ranked him in the top 40 of its 100 all-time greatest guitarists
    Steve Cropper has collaborated with some of the biggest names in music, including Otis Redding, Rod Stewart, Ringo Starr, Dolly Parton, John Lennon, Jimmy Buffett, and many more

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  • Hazlewood Lee - 13 (CD)

    18,00

    Includes Lee Hazlewood comic strip, the story of 13 told through original artwork by Jess Rotter

    Includes previously unreleased session outtake of “Cold Hard Times” plus never before heard Hazlewood compositions “Drums” & “Suzie”

    Download card for complete 13 sessions including Larry Marks unreleased album, session outtakes and acoustic demos, 30 tracks total1

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  • Various - Our New Orleans 2005, A Benefit Album 2LP (LP)

    30,00

    In Memoriam: Eddie Bo, John Brunious, Bo Dolis, Dr. John, Joel Dorn, Stanley ”Buckwheat” Dural Jr., Wardell Quezergue, Allen Toussaint, and Hal Willner.

    Net proceeds from the sale of this record will be donated to Habitat for Humanity International to aid those affected by the recent hurricanes along our gulf coast. A portion of those funds will be earmarked to help provide new homes for musicians who lost their homes and livelihoods.

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  • Hazlewood Lee - 13 (LP)

    29,00

    Includes Lee Hazlewood comic strip, the story of 13 told through original artwork by Jess Rotter

    Includes previously unreleased session outtake of “Cold Hard Times” plus never before heard Hazlewood compositions “Drums” & “Suzie”

    Download card for complete 13 sessions including Larry Marks unreleased album, session outtakes and acoustic demos, 30 tracks total1

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  • Lewis Barbara - Don’t Forget About Me: Atlantic & Reprise Recordings (3CD Box) (CD)

    38,00

    Soul Music Records is proud to present a first-of-it’s-kind compilation of recordings by renowned singer/songwriter Barbara Lewis spanning her six years with Atlantic Records (1962-1968) and her brief one-year tenure with Reprise Records (1972). This beautifully-packaged collection, sequenced in chronological order of recording session, includes the first CD release of a number of tracks from both the 1964 LP Snap Your Fingers (Barbara Lewis Sings The Great Soul Tunes) and the 1966 album, It’s Magic. With a total of (68) tracks, including seven non-album singles/B-sides, one previously unreleased cut from 1968 and both sides of Barbara’s sole Reprise single, ”Don’t Forget About Me” features an extensive essay by renowned UK writer Charles Waring with quotes from a rare 2020 interview with Barbara specifically for this box set and comments by Billy Vera and Sharon McMahan

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